ESG Ratings

The demand for public non-financial information on environmental, social, and governance issues is both maturing and booming. Companies often elect to participate in ESG ratings to showcase their sustainability efforts to their investors and other stakeholders and to improve their performance. Due to the proliferation of benchmarks and ratings and severe incompatibility between the different instruments, companies can become overwhelmed spending disproportionate amounts of their time on reporting at the expense of generating actual change. Streamlining the different ESG benchmarks is essential to increase ESG performance, monitor progress, and guide management decision-making.

 
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Preventing Spankings from Rankings

Naming and shaming is increasingly regarded as an effective way to progress the sustainability of sectors and individual organizations. Therefore the global drive for sustainability is progressively leading to the emergence of green rankings.
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Dow Jones Sustainability Index 2010: AkzoNobel and Philips not the green leaders

The Dow Jones Sustainability Index (DJSI) indicates for many years now the governance, environmental and social performance of multinationals listed on the Dow Jones. This makes the DJSI the benchmark for sustainable development at large companies. The index is a ‘best in class rating’ that creates a sense of urgency to focus on sustainability and stimulates a competitive environment.
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Dow Jones Sustainability Index 2009 Results

SAM, the asset management organization focused exclusively on Sustainability Investing, together with Dow Jones Indexes and STOXX Ltd announced the results of the 2009 annual review for the Dow Jones Sustainability and Dow Jones STOXX Sustainability indexes on September 3.
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TNT Remains Highest Scoring Company in Dow Jones Sustainability Index 2008

TNT confirms its social leadership in the Dow Jones Sustainability Indexes (DJSI) for the industrial transportation sector and the super sector ‘industrial goods and services.’ In addition, TNT reached the highest score of all companies included in the DJSI for the second year in a row. These are the conclusions of a report recently published in Zurich by SAM, which assessed the sustainability reporting and performance of over 1,100 companies.
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Our clients

Finch & Beak works for companies ranging from Fortune 500 to family-owned, all across Europe. Building on over 20 years of experience in sustainability consulting, we have worked in a wide range of sectors and collaborate with organizations such as SAM S&P, IMD, and PRé Sustainability.

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